Monday, November 15, 2010

Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays No.38...Gift Card Giveaway

Is it really already November 15? Boy...this month is really going by fast...hard to believe that thanksgiving is next week...I better get a move on and get everything finished in my dining room makeover. Speaking about this makeover...I have been collecting white ironstone for about a year now to display in this room and last Friday I found another piece that I just had to have and the best part of finding this beauty is that I found it at BLUE CREEK HOME. Yes...Mr.CC and I were at the lake on Friday and I thought I would check out my blogging friend Rhonda's booth over at Old Banks Antiques...what a talented gal...her booth was filled with so many beautiful goodies...everything from fresh lavender...bottlebrush Christmas trees...handmade pillows to silver pieces. If you have never made a visit over to BLUE CREEK HOME, then hop right over and meet Rhonda...she is one sweet southern gal...you will love her and her blog! So what NIFTY THRIFTY thing do you have to share this week? Link her up and let's get this PARTY going!!!

If you have not already entered my GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY...then click HERE to enter!!! You don't want to miss out on a chance to WIN some Christmas CASH.

                                                 Hope y'all come back...real soon,
                                                                     Linda




Thanks Rhonda for having this little beauty
sitting there just waiting on me
to find her!


***Please everyone, follow these guidelines!****

1.. Be sure to refer back to my blog so everyone can see who is participating today, include the NTT button in your post (copy and paste the html code under the button…the button is located on my sidebar). Please make sure that you have put my NTT button or my blog name with a link on your post. I have seen that some of you have forgot to do this…so this is just a sweet reminder.

2. This party is for sharing thrifty finds from garage sales, thrift stores, consignment shops, craigslist and even those awesome deals that you find at any retail store. Please do not link to an Etsy shop or something similar (I will delete the link...believe me...I don't like doing this).

3. Please go and visit the other participates and leave a comment about their treasures and thrifty ideas…this is what makes the PAR-TAY so much FUN and what a great way to meet new friends. I would love for you to add yourself as a follower if you haven't already and please let me know, I love to know when I have a new friend. I appreciate all your comments, they really make my day.

42 comments:

AntiqueChase said...

Wow, I'm first this week... that's a first... LOL THanks for hosting!!

Donnie said...

That is one beautiful dish. I'm glad it was just waiting for you. Have a great week.

Marydon said...

Now that is one lovely utilitarian dish. Lots of ideas for that piece ...
~ Don't forget our GIVEAWAY ~
Have a lovely day ~
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Anita @ GoingALittleCoastal said...

That is a pretty dish. Just in time to use for the holidays too.

Mrs. Adventure said...

What a great dish! I love all of my white dishes once you have a few its hard not to start a collection :+)

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

I'm having ironstone envy! The dish you found is not an easy one to come by. Great find! Popping over to Blue Creek Home.

Take care and thanks for hosting, Linda!

Modern Country Lady said...

This bowl will look great filled with Christmas baubles.......

Marla @ Always Nesting said...

I love that dish and can almost taste mashed potatoes served out of it.

Betty said...

Mmmm... I'm thinking some nice orange sweet potatoes would look yummy in that dish. Thanks for hosting again.

keepingthechristmasspiritalive365 said...

I agree that your dish is fabulous and that it would look so pretty filled with with baubles, Linda. It sounds like you had a great day too-I wish I could visit there one day.

I am linking up some gift wrapping ideas that I posted on my Christmas blog. Thanks so much for having me!

Best wishes,
Natasha.

bj said...

I hope my post is ok to link with you. It is about buying thrifty meats at the market. Is that ok? If not, you should delete my link and I'll go sit in the corner....:(

I am totally lovin' this white dish...oh,my..

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Lovin' your new dish Linda! It will look great on your Thanksgiving table-enjoy:@)

Donna said...

I love your new dish too! You can never have too many white dishes :)
Hope you have a great week!
Hugs,
Donna

High Street Cottage said...

Linda, thanks so much again for being the wonderful hostess that you are. I love white dishes too, even though most of mine are transferware, I did pick up a lovely white vintage pitcher today at an antique shop for a mere three dollars. Thanks again, tami

Judy said...

Thanks for your comment today. I am your latest follower...hope to win that Christmas cash. Hope you follow me too. I am also going to join your link party.

the cape on the corner said...

so glad u found something you'd been looking for. happy tuesday!

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Wow, Linda! I love white ironstone, too, and that piece is gorgeous! Thanks for hosting! Happy week!...hugs...Debbie

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Gorgeous piece!
*hugs*deb

Blue Creek Home said...

Linda, this is absolutely such a shock to me! Who woulda guessed!!!! You guys were so close to us!
I am honored that this pretty ironstone piece is now at home in your Charming Coastal home.

Thanks much, friend and a really big "WAR EAGLE"!
Rhonda

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

Thanks for hosting this blog party.

Sherry said...

Linda,
That is a wonderful dish! Glad you found it.
Sherry

Anita @ GoingALittleCoastal said...

Oh geez, I forgot to link up!

Jane said...

Hi Linda,
I'm loving the ironstone too! My post today is about some pieces I am displaying. Thanks for hosting!!
Jane

Blondie's Journal said...

Beautiful dish, Linda!! I have a few pieces of ironstone and I seriously have to hold myself back from starting a full blown collection!! Great find, and Rhonda is a sweetie!

XO,
Jane

Glenda/MidSouth said...

I do like your your new ironstone dish and it can be used for a lot of things.
This is my first time to join in. Thanks for hosting!

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Aaargh! The linky didn't ppear the first time so I did it again and now it's there twice... :-(

Thank you for hosting.

Sarahx

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Linda, I love the shape of that ironstone dish. So pretty. I am always on the lookout for nice ironstone pieces.

WhiteWhispers2u said...

So very Sweet it is! Love all the vintage items how fun.~Chow Kim

Honey at 2805 said...

Love the new dish! Everything you do is so inspiring. I am a new follower and a newbee blogger. Hope I linked up correctly...still learning.

Claudia said...

That is a beautiful piece of ironstone, Linda. Can't wait to see it all on display!

xo
Claudia

xinex said...

Beautiful ironstone! Love the shape...Christine

House Revivals said...

Beautiful piece of ironstone! Lovely. Thank you for hosting another link-up!
~Amanda

♥ Blue Creek Basement ♥ said...

Isn't Old Bank Antiques so much fun! Mom has worked so hard on her booth. I think (no, I know) you made her day (no week!) when you posted about it.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Linda. Love your new ironstone! Rhonda's booth is in my hubby's home town. Next time we visit my MIL I plan on getting in touch with Rhonda.
Hugs, Sherry

Stephanie said...

I just found your blog tonight and love it! I'm a new follower. I'm also a beachy chic decor blogger, pretty new to it. I'm just trolling around trying to get inspiration and make new friends. Hi!

I also entered the Nifty Thrifty Tuesday!

Vintagesouthernlife said...

Love your dish, thanks for hosting, Annette

Jeanne said...

Hi Linda, this dish is a treasure to enjoy. I know you will. Smile.

Hugs, Jeanne

Luciane From HomeBunch.com said...

Oh, So Beautiful!

Please, if you have a minute, check out my new blog. Thank you so much! :-)

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Kelli Wright said...

Thank you, Thank you for all you have done to advertise my new party! I am so glad to have met you here...a fellow Alabamian AND a Auburn Fan:) Thanks for coming today.
Blessings,
Kelli

Artichoke Alley said...

I just found you through Serendipity Chic Decor and love it! Thanks so much for hosting this party and I hope you continue to have a great time at the beach...at home in Sweet Alabama!

Zafran ali said...

That is a pretty dish. Just in time to use for the holidays too. Thank,s
Plastic Card.

Muddassar Shah said...

That is very beautiful dish. They cane be used in birthday etc??
gift card printer.

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